The mission of Calling All Souls (CAS) is to provide relief and restoration for families and individuals who are in the midst of life’s overwhelming situations by providing goods and services donated by our community and delivered by our volunteers.  These acts-of-love are founded in the messages of Jesus Christ and by bringing both, we want to bring Hope where there may be none and show those whom we support that by Faith and with Love we can all overcome adversity. Our vision is driven by God’s word and founded in the verse “Don’t forget to do good and to share what you have because God is pleased with these kinds of sacrifices.” – Hebrews 13:16”.

Founded in 2012 by Casey and her husband Doug Downer of Haymarket Virginia, CAS operates in Prince William, Fauquier, Loudon and Richmond counties in Virginia with support from some amazing volunteers and partner organizations.  The relationships with our partners not only brings awareness to the issues we are trying to mitigate but it brings with it an awareness to the community itself of those organizations out there willing to serve them for their benefit.

WE NEED HELP AND DONATIONS!!

Each season brings with it blessings and challenges and we are always in need of help.  Whether you're willing to donate goods, services, time or money we can always use it!  Please visit our Volunteer page or if you'd like to Donate Using our Support Options and PayPal please click HERE.  If you would like to donate directly click this button:
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HOMELESS & WINTER SHELTERS

Winter Shelter
The Winter Shelter is a 47-bed, overnight shelter for single adult men and women that is in operation each year November 1 through March 31, from 6:30 p.m. to 7 a.m. The purpose of the shelter is to protect homeless residents from hypothermia during the winter season. When temperatures reach below 32 degrees, the Winter Shelter will operate under extended hours.
The Winter Shelter is located at 14730 Potomac Mills Road in Woodbridge. For more information, call 703-897-0199.

Demonstrating the Warmth of Christ to the Homeless of Manassas During Extreme Cold.
The Manassas Hope for the Homeless is comprised of Christians from over a dozen churches in the greater Manassas area who have come together to provide emergency shelter to the area's homeless when we experience extreme cold weather.
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Manassas Hope For The Homeless
www.manassashopeforthehomeless.com
The Shelter will be open 12/31/17 to 1/3/18 the next opening will be 1/4/18 to 1/7/18 With out volunteers we can not open please consider volunteering. Please email [email protected]

HILDA BARG Homeless Prevention Center
This 30-bed shelter for families and single adults offers comprehensive services including case management, job readiness, mental health counseling and medical referrals. The shelter is open year-round.

The Homeless Prevention Center is located at 14945 Jefferson Davis Highway (Route 1), between Dale Blvd. and Opitz Blvd. in Woodbridge. For more information call 703-680-5403.

The Bill Mehr Drop-In-Center
The Bill Mehr Drop-in Center (Drop–In Center) is operated by the Prince William County Department of Social Services in partnership with the Cooperative Council of Ministries. The Drop-In Center operates six days week on a rotating schedule and provides meals, showers, clothing, opportunities for spiritual/social interaction as well as assistance in meeting health, employment, education, and housing needs through referrals.
In the event the temperature reaches 95 degrees or above the Drop –In Center hours will be extended to provide cool center services.
The Drop-In-Center is located at 14716 Potomac Mills Road in Woodbridge, VA. For more information, call 703-792-7648.

Other Homeless Shelters
The Prince William County Department of Social Services provides financial and technical support to the following homeless residential programs:

ACTS in Dumfries - 703-221-3186
SERVE in Manassas - 571-748-2603
BARN intake - 703-369-1325 ...

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Could you list any current needs at shelters, carried to term etc?

4 weeks ago

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We are taking a leap of faith! This is what food for hundreds families in need looks like. Our gym is lined with groceries that we will pack and deliver to local families. Will you sponsor a family? www.youthfortomorrow.org/Thanksgiving

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  • Ouote from the PER 89.9& 90.5 "People will not remember what you said or what you did. They will remember how you made them feel. #umatter Mar. 02, 2016
  • RT @Franklin_Graham: Trending or not, Jesus Christ is the Name above all names. https://t.co/DIZc3LOCCm Dec. 26, 2015
  • When the LOVE of God begins to flow out of us, it heals everything in between.@JoyceMeyer Dec. 13, 2015

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Featured Events and Projects

Thank you to our friends at Meant2Live Foundation (http://www.meant2live.org) for putting on such an AMAZING event for some of our client's and our partners.  We are blessed to have such partners willing to make a difference in the lives of those in their community.  Thank you!